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McDowell performed a total of eight ovariotomies, the last in 1826, and wrote two papers on the subject. Although his was not the first oophorectomy ever performed and although it had little effect on surgical practice at that time, Sir Spencer Wells belatedly dubbed him "father of ovariotomy" 49 years after his death in 1830. 45 20. von Baer Describes the Mammalian Ovum Shortly before von Baer published his work, Prevost and Dumas described ovulation and the formation FROM ANTIQUITY TO GEORGE CORNER 27 of the corpus luteum in the dog in 1824.
Ovary as an egg producer. After de Graaf, the term "ovary" eventually came into general use for the female gonad. 10. The Vilification and Vindication of de Graaf Prodded by de Graaf's book in 1668, van Horne hastily published a four-page letter with a brief statement of his hypothesis, without reference to Swammerdam. Unfortunately, he died in 1670 before he could publish his intended book. Shortly after the publication of de Graaf's book, Swammerdam, in a small pamphlet titled Miraculum Naturae, bitterly denounced de Graaf, impugned his integrity, and claimed the credit for himself.
Endometritis glandularis hypertrophica is not a pathologic alteration of the endometrium but is a manifestation of the premenstrual condition of the normal endometrium. 104 In 1908, they published their classic 82-page paper on "The Structure of the Endometrium of the Sexually Mature Woman with Special Attention to Menstru- Originalarbeiten. I. lAIIS der 1. Universitiits-Frauenklinik [Hofrat Schau/a] und dam embryoJogiscben Universitiit8-Institut [Prof. Rabl] in Wien. Der Bau der Uterusschleimhaut des geschlechtsreifen Weibes mit besonderer BerUcksichtigung der Menstruation·).